Mamamoo’s White Wind | Album Review

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White Wind is the fourth and final installment of Mamamoo’s Four Seasons project which started in Spring of 2018. This album is WheeIn’s album and has a white colour theme.

There are six tracks on the album, including one title track with a music video, one other promoted track, and a solo by WheeIn. The album blends the liveliness of RED MOON with the more relaxed sounds of Yellow Flower and BLUE;S in a culmination of the project that ties all of the albums together.

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Mamamoo’s BLUE;S | Album Review

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BLUE;S was released in November 2018, making it the third installment in the group’s 4 Seasons project. This was Solar’s album and contains a solo song by her, along with four other tracks, two of which were promoted.

This album has a more mature and understated wintery feel, a long way from the summery, vibrant vibe of RED MOON. As suits a title named BLUE;S, this album contains all of the songs you could possibly need for when you’re feeling down.

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Mamamoo’s RED MOON | Album Review

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RED MOON was released in July 2018 as the second installment of the group’s 4 Seasons project.

This album was Moonbyul’s album and also contains a song off of her solo album released earlier in the year. Notably, the album also contains a song which was created for an advertisement and is hence a departure from the general style of the group and the album. The album has six tracks.

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Mamamoo’s Yellow Flower | Album Review

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Yellow Flower was released in March 2018 and was the first installment of Mamamoo’s 4 Seasons project.

This album was Hwasa’s album (hence her having a solo song, Be Calm, on it). Each of the members got an album that was centred more around them.

Not including the intro, this mini album has six songs, four of which have music videos.

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